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2000.61be, bren nan street/1 henry adams street project, the proposed project has two sites. >> commissioner hillis? >> commissioners, as i did last time, i need to ask for a recusal as well as items 11a and 11b for the same reasons, i work for fort mason center. >> commissioner antonini, moved to recuse him? >> second. >> commissioner sugaya? >> yes, i have a question for mr. hillis, in past situations, i've had conflicts because i've worked on portions of environmental impact reports, in that case t city attorney's office ruled that i should recuse myself aon the eir portion but i was eligible and they felt comfortable in my participating and voting on the actual project. in this case, it would -- i don't know, i'm not the attorney, but did you ask whether or not you could participate in the eir portion versus the project portion? because it would seem your conflict relates more to the actual approval of the projects rather than the technicalities and the contents of the environmental impact report. >> we did talk about this, okay, do you want to mention it? >> i mean, if
two representatives of fiction from different houses and i chose nan talese and geofrey kloske because i thought they were two very different corners of the industry and it turns out that jeff, i think it was 10 days or week ago penguin and random house have merged making probably the largest trade publishing conglomerate in the world. although i thought i was inviting people from two corners of the world, they have become one corner of the world even as we have gathered together here. we also are very fortunate to have karen lotz of candlewick and walker, company that consistently has been one of those innovative children's pug -- publishers around and niko pfund who represents the very revered scholarly publisher oxford university press. before introducing each of them separately, i want to say a few words about publishing in general and a few cameos of the notable events of the past year just to set the stage. let me start with the events of the past year. first, after 244 years, the encyclopaedia britannica announced in january of this year that it's stopping presses, seizing its p
those who played the on/off switch game, the binary nan sense didn't get to reinvest the dividends whichy hugely important to the component of this this year's performance. some of these trading tailgunners may not have gotten anything to show for their difference. even as companies continued to raise higher and higher payouts, second the shorthand risk/no risk let you down entirely. let's take europe. what was risky? the bonds, stocks? bonds miraculous former stocks incredible, too. i guess if you flitted from risk on to risk off and back again, you sold low and bought high. pretty regularly. maybe daily. because the riskiest moments theoretically what were you supposed to avoid if you were playing risk off were the times when the biggest amounts of money were made. the nonstrategy might have been called buy high sell low. maybe if you do it enough times, it works? i don't think so. >> risk on risk off is a portfolio sector management tool that back-fired. the riskiest stocks proved to be the least risky. second, bonds as a risk off strategy seems like an oxymoron. bond funds bega
have nationally syndicated lars larson and congresswoman nan hayward. i'm not opposed to types this bill. cheap shots squabbling is wrong. this is a national tragedy. we need to do something about it. ben, may i begin with you. >> sure. >> what is your position on the president's view and do you believe that if he got what he wants, it would have stopped the awful heinous tragedy at sandy hook in newtown, connecticut which is right next door to where i live? >> we're very supportive of a whole lot that's in this bill. and it's clear that this would have made it harder to get these sorts of guns in the first place, harder to buy the high capacity clips, harder for a person who was unstable, you talk about newtown or columbine, talk about what happened in colorado more recently. and, it would also quite frankly make sure that that school had a plan. and it's important to all our schools have plans on what to do on these days. what's also important here, though, is that it deals with both types of tragedies that we have in our country when it comes to young people dying from gun v
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of my favorite restaurants is the house of nan king in chinatown. i enjoyed going there, being yelled at by the owner, ordering what he forceses me to order and it's been great. >> a good assessment. >> kimmel has a special goodbye to midnight show scheduled for tonight. he takes over the new time slot tomorrow night, and then nightline will move to 12:37 a.m. >> speaking of nightline, it's up next. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for the time. >> thanks for the time. have aman: at turbotax, we know this is more than a paycheck. it's long, hard days, late nights, and missed little league games. you've worked hard to earn your money. and we think you should have the power to keep as much of it as possible. we have tax experts to answer your questions. we'll back you and support you. because a dollar here, a dollar there-- every dollar is more important when it's yours. turbotax-- the power to keep what's yours. try it free at turbotax.com. in four seasons. irish had quite a run. you can't not be proud of the season they had, but alabama was clearly the better team. >> they needed to h
city he loves. >> been to san francisco many times. one of my favorite restaurants is the house of nan king in chinatown. i enjoyed going there, being yelled at by the owner, ordering what he forceses me to order and it's been great. >> a good assessment. >> kimmel has a special goodbye to midnight show scheduled for tonight. he takes over the new time slot tomorrow night, and then nightline will move to 12:37 a.m. >> speaking of nightline, it's up next. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for the time. >> thanks for the time. have a it takes all kinds of good to make a family. at new york life, everything we do is to help you keep good going. [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! . . . >> tonight on night line, happy return. want money to help with your bills? look at your gifts. our insider cracks the code for making easy money. >>> and mariah's new role. the exclusive interview, mariah carey tells about life at home
on nbc. and red skins coach mike san nan was interrupted in a news conference by quarterback robert griffin iii who asked his coach a question. >> what did you do for new year's? >> tried to put a good game plan together. i wasn't sure how healthy you were. so it was hard without you calling me. you got me good. >> and by the way, the redskins won. they move on to the playoffs. the cowboys go home. >>> just ahead "hunger games" actress jennifer lawrence with the naked truth about acting. >>> plus, they're called harriet and ozzie. we'll explain why they've got a million viewed next on this thursday morning on "early today." >>> welcome back on this thursday morning. we are watching cool temperatures again, winter hats and coats. pretty nice in southern california. almost near 70 degrees in l.a. northern california, more clouds, temperatures struggle into the 50s. a few showers in seattle and portland. looking towards tomorrow, a dry day just about everywhere. temperatures very similar to today. if you want to talk about somewhere to go if you want the sunglasses handy for five or si
you remember when we granted the after hours for nan and kurry? >> driving by it the other day i see the sign saying open 24 hours. i was wondering if somebody could make a phone call and you know, because we kind of made the order not to let people know that they think that they are open 24 hours, and you know, confuse the public. >> i have requested that they come back in. >> really? >> have you seen more? >> okay any otherses? >> good >> any public comment on the commissionary comments and questions. >> seeing none, item 8. new business requests for future agenda items >> we set a date for the summit. >> okay. >> dually noted. >> we do have a photographer here to take our class photo. >> we do? >> we do. >> he is here. so if you guys can stay. >> i did not bring my hair dresser >> okay. >> so if you guys are willing to stay for just a little bit longer. he will be willing to take our pictures right now. >> is that why you looked so good with your haircut. >> listen, i notice this stuff. >> so that will conclude the january 15th meeting of the entertainment commission, thank you on
a severe form of the illness. >> in years where there is a premom.com nans of the h 3 strain, we see more people being homtize chd i can speeks to people getting vaccinated. >> l have been five flu deaths in the state because the flu season hasn't peaked in california doctors say it's not too late to get immunized. >> there is a good match between this year's flu shot, and the circulating strain. that doesn't occur every year, it's guesswork to decide what to put in the vaccine. but looks like a good match this year. >> so keep your hands clean, don't touch your face, stay home if you're sick. recautions also include flu shots. >> for one thing, you know there is fear of being older and complications and death. also, you know, i want to make sure that i don't pass it on to my grandchildren. >> there are reported shortages but state insists that is sporadic and you'll be able to find fit you keep looking. >> today is the last day on the job for san jess yeah police chief. chris moore held the position in san jose for two years. he announced resignation in september after a series of challe
of governor nans and structure i am open to any that the other agencies do but the most important thing for me is that we protect the independence of this agency which, i think, plays a very important role because of that independence. commissioners, avalos? >> thank you, i just want to add my two cents to the discussion. we are sprensing as well, not just the transition of the director, but also we are going to a new year where we could have a different leadership among members of this commission, and this authority. and i would like to think that if there are people who are selected from early on you mentioned, chair campos, the chair, the vice chair and the or in this case, the vice chair is also the chair of finance committee and chair of the programs and committee which is myself that we take part in kind of a process to design what, you know, the transition period would look like and where our thoughts are representing to the full commission >> thank you, commissioner avalos and i certainly will be in touch with the members of that personnel committee and of course, it is a public meetin
to learn about texting while driving. >> its by the grace of god i haven't been an nan accident. >> at and t is spending millions of dollars that it can wait. >> just going chaempk your think something. >> for sure. i zront a car here in san jose. but yes. when i go home, i will not be texting and driving. >> are you just saying is that that? >> i promise. i'm a changed man. >> police were on hand to let students know their planning 42 enforcement events to nab distracted drivers. whether texting or talking on a phone, issuing 123 citations last year. >> i think it's difficult for people to break the hab yismt we get more comfortable with the technology we have. and we have a quick phone call for information. >> at and t has an app sending a reply you'll text back when it is time to do so. to under score texting is a two way process, texting while driving can have fatal consequence autos having a patrol officer write nay report that a text was sent at 12:05 is the reason she is dead is not something that will ever go away. >> simple lol or a ya may take only seconds but police p
them to be. >> reporter: an emotional loss they believe is worth fight nan shall game. for "nightline," alex perez, shreveport, louisiana. >> well, of the three couples we featured there, only tommy and monti are maintaining a relationship. thanks to alex perez on that. just ahead, free food and staying fit. that's one impressive employee perk. we go inside google to find the healthy secrets of their legendary cafeteria. you want to see something cool? snapshot, from progressive. my insurance company told me not to talk to people like you. you always do what they tell you? no... try it, and see what your good driving can save you. you don't even have to switch. unless you're scared. i'm not scared, it's... you know we can still see you. no, you can't. pretty sure we can... try snapshot today -- no pressure. in the middle of the night it can be frustrating. it's hard to turn off and go back to sleep. intermezzo is the first and only prescription sleep aid approved for use as needed in the middle of the night when you can't get back to sleep. it's an effective sleep medicine you don't t
'll answer that question when i come back. >>> house minority leader nans ease pelosi led a celebration marking the anniversary two of significant pieces of legislation. pelosi and george miller commemorated fourth anniversary of the lilly ledveter fair pay act. both lawmakers call the bills landmark pieces of legislation trance forming lives of families and women. miller offered the bill which was the first piece of legislation the president signed after taking office in 2009. >> some very important consumer news, did you know you've been having as much as $700,000 owd to you and not know bit? >> yes. what you need to know to clean that money. >> yes. we've done a ton of stories on this reminding people, well, you've likely heard my reports. and maybe, maybe this information will change your mind. officials say there are $58 billion sitting out there to claim. it's cash people left behind in abandoned accounts, unclaimed life insurance and forgoten pensions. near california state controller tells us there is $6.1 billion waiting to be claimed. that money belongs to 17.5 million people.
will not be playing for the jacksonville jaguars next season. he said he can't match nan not being a jacksonville jaguars even if released by the jets. >>> and baltimore plays dense the broncos and green bay will be in san francisco. sunday, seattle visits the top-seeded atlanta falcons and houston been at new england. >>> and in ohio, at the open, k.j. choi hit his tee shot on the green, his ball lands on the ball of webb simpson. that's a shot you don't see every day. >> announcer: "early today" sports is brought to you by new just for men autostop. gray is over. >>> just ahead, justin timberlake and beyonce have big plans to share with everyone. >>> plus, a real-life rescue with just in the nick of time ending. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. and welcome back. we've got a lot of warm air trying to move into the eastern seaboard. right now, it's already 60 degrees in atlanta and temperatures are going to warm up nicely in the east coast but that also means it's going to start to cool down in the midwest. 41 in minneapolis. 45 in new york. the showers you're seeing in the foreca
nan at the same time but it -- pregnant at the same time but it happened. and they were born on same day. >> check this out. they are in ohio and she was wearing that shirt. as far as the twin, she what you have to look forward to? >> i know. we will see. >> a day of fun in the snow takes a dangerous turn. >> we will tell you what happened after a sled took the turn that crashed into a frozen lake. how people sprang into action to help. >> and first it was colorado and then washington state. could legalized pot be the next thing for maryland? some say yes. but the lawmakers, will they agree? like a lot of things, trying to find a better job can be frustrating. so at university of phoenix we're working with a growing list of almost two thousand corporate partners - companies like microsoft, american red cross and adobe - to create options for you. not only that, we're using what we learn from these partners to shape our curriculum, so that when you find the job you want you'll be a perfect fit. let's get to work. >>> you're watching the station that works for you, abc2 baltimore. >>>
, just barely missing that guy. police believe that was is a nan tha, driving, 19 years old, cited with damaging property, reckless and careless driving. >> that girl may need to go back to driver's ed. [ bleep ]. >>> a kangaroo chase leaves police hopping mad. >> you can see they're having a heck of a time tracking this thing down. >> find out how they stop the hop. >>> and a big boat and a small bridge equals a big bang. >> look at the size of that thing. >> why would you attempt that? >> find out what it took free the yacht next on "right this minute." >>> not your every day police chase went down, down under in australia. not a fugitive on the run. not a stolen car. >> a kangaroo. >> this video's from 10 news, running a muck in the short-term parking garage at the melbourne airport. now five police officers as well as a number of airport security after this kangaroo, which they believe is a male, 3 or 4-year-old eastern gray kangaroo, and can you see they're having a heck of a time tracking this thing down. >> yeah. this thing can hop like a cheetah runs. >> still can't find hi
brownstein, former u.s. representative nan hayworth is with us. i can't speak this morning, and "early start's" john berman is with us. there are reports say armstrong is admitting to using performance-enhancing drugs after years and years of vehement denial. how far does his admission go? the interview will air on thursday. cnn's ed lavandera is live in austin, texas, what about the fallout in texas and around the country for lance armstrong now? >> reporter: i think everyone's trying to gauge just how much fallout there will be. we're here at a bike shop called mellow johnny's, not too far away from where the livestrong foundation is headquarters. lance armstrong is part owner of the bike shop. seven yellow jerseys hang on the wall back here, become a popular spot in downtown austin over the last few years but there's a lot of distancing going on, the livestrong foundation trying to make its own way without lance armstrong's footprint. it's how he confesses and body language, someone who hasn't been contrite over the last few years as he's battled the people who criticized him and accused
billion and no spending restraint. if i could fix taxes for nan percent of the americans it was the best deal to get. >> do you agree that you abandoned the core beliefs of the gop? >> no, it is it the other way around. taxes had gone up as of know judge 1st and no way ofing themm doup >> clayton: is it a republican or consebative deal to raise taxes. >> congresswoman. how bad is the device this time. >> we need to q. back and look at the whole picture that taxes were set to go up. democratics book in 2001 and 3 would not grate to a permanent tax rate and in a lam duck section . we had expircome at us and president obama and a crem crem house and extended them two hear queer ros. this is set to sign the republicans. >> this is a caught and the it is polico division . >> i count this as aks crin write. >> and it pressure how bad is it for you comments. we agreeded on it the to. the >> hover this bill. we recognize woy lost the lention and bowe advising the president on spending and he will get higher taxes. >> is it isy, shame we dralma. this could have been taken places ago. >> they dese
and trying to air that dirty laundry in public. >> reporter: tim nan will be eligible for a payment from his bank. he and his family were foreclosed on in 2010, after he lost his job. >> i won't accept it, because it's blood money. and i think people want their homes back. they don't want, you know, few pennies thrown at them like they're trash. >> reporter: federal regulators argued that this settlement speeds payments and helps more borrowers who don't have to prove they were actually harmed. still, many consumer groups are critical, saying it enables bank to sweep abuses under the rug. what one called a get out of jail free card. >> what troubles me most, homeowners victimized will not get sufficient compensation. >> reporter: if the $3.3 billion in cash in the settlement were divided equally among all the eligible homeowners, the average payment would be $868.42. tonight, a spokesman for the bank said this settlement compensates any remaining consumers that may have been harmed and hopefully will lift clouds over the banks so they can lend more and help the housing market recover. lisa m
. we welcome back republican are congresswom congresswoman nan heyworth. the senate has to sign a bill over there. >> larry, our feel something this. we have done everything we can to get this issue resolved in the right way for every american. let's start with the attitude of having a budget. as you know, we passed a budget for the past two years. we have passed measures to control spending and have fought hard to approach it responsibly. when the president brought those good people together today i thought he was going to apologize to them for the fact that this lack of leadership has led us to this cliff. >> if you get some kind of bill, i don't know what it is either. but if it is $450,000 and the amt is passed permanently and a lot of good things better than we hoped for. and let's say for argument's sake. there is a 20 or $30 billion spending cut. maybe it is see questers, could you vote for that kind of bill? >> i want to move forward larry if that is the best that we can do under these circumstances i would support that kind of a bill, but believe me, i think i can share this s
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for the father of a suspect. fer nan dez is now scheduled to be stenszed january 28th in the santa clara county court in morgan hill. he's been convicted of 17 counts of sex crimes over a ten-year span involving a girl who was four or five years old when the abuse began. this case is not related to its son who is in jail for allegedly killing sierra lamar. >>> mountain view police say they tracked down a suspect in a cold case murder that sat unsovd for more than 20 years. tonight live in mountain view to tell us what led investigators to this sus nekt. . >> gasia, i talked to owners of the liquor store there who say some of their customers remember this murder case. the woman was strangled and prosecutors tell me that they were able to make all thanks to a very tiny bit of evidence found under the victim's fingernails. >> she was 21 years old from san jose, and on january 18th, 1985, her body was found in a dumpster behind the bailey park plaza shopping scepter in mountain view. today nearly 28 years later a suspect faced murder charges at the courthouse in palo alto for her death. >> we don't
looking at every foreclosure the banks did and trying to air that dirty laundry in public. tim nan is eligible for a payment from his bank. he and his family were foredloesed on in 2010 after he lost his job. >> i won't accept it. it's blood money. and i think people wanting their homes back, they don't want, you know, a few pennies thrown at them like they're trash. >> reporter: federal regulators argue this set ament speeds payments and helps borrowers who don't have to prove they were actually harmed. still, many consumer groups are critical saying it enables banks to sweep abuses under the rug. what one called a get out of jail free card. >> what tells you the most is the homeowners who have been victimized will not get significant compensation. >> if the $3.3 billion in cash in the settlement were divided equally, the average payment would be $868.42. the spokesman for the bank says this settlement compensates any remaining consumers that may have been harmed and hopefully will lift clouds over the banks so they can lend more and help the housing market recover. >> that was li
. nan nancy snyderman at the hospital of the university of pennsylvania in philadelphia tonight. nancy, good evening. >> good evening, brian. state by state the number of cases of influenza and influenza related deaths continue to tick upward. in the state of pennsylvania, more than 20 people have been killed by this virus, and in the meantime, doctors and hospitals across the country are just scrambling to keep up. at 15 months,ca leave hollins is one of the youngest victims. he has spent the last three days in the hospital. >> he cried and cried. he would just look at me and give me like a sad look, like -- help me. >> washington's children's national medical center is seeing a nearly 30% increase in emergency department visits. >> it's our very young and our very old, as well as our immune compromised patients. so by very young, definitely children under 2 and even under 5 are at higher risk of complications. >> at saint luke's patients medical center in pasadena, texas, where there has been an uptick in flu cases, the elderly are a major concern. >> they come in very weak and ill a
the official language of carroll county. after four months of debate and public hearings they voted eu nan musely. it will require official action -- eu eu unanimously. it will require officials to speak in english. frederick and queen annes counties has the similar policy. >>> parents teach kids to respect others and to ham earth message home -- hammer the message home today it's proclaimed no name calling day here in maryland. a 10-year-old wrote a letter to the governor to make the proclamation and he did. >>> coming up tonight, family members will say final good- byes to earl weaver. the hall of fame manager died a week ago at the age of 82789 his family is holding a private ceremony in florida and a public sear money will be tomorrow. the -- ceremony will be tomorrow. the orioles will hold a memorial here in baltimore but no date has been set. >>> beginning tomorrow, get tickets to spring training for the o's. they will be in florida beginning next month. you can buy single game tickets for spring training beginning tomorrow. they kick off the spring session on february 23rd against t
of changes might we expect going forward? restructuring how the govern nans is done? >> last year, i think $1.8 trillion of capital or credit for consumers or businesses. we had a problem. we've fully acknowledged it. it's the same bank that went through '07, '08, '09, 2010, 2011. for the most part, did fine. whenever a company makes a mistake, you should analyze it and try to be better for it. so most of the mistake was the. c.i.o. >> let me ask you about the u.s. we saw that mortgage originations were huge for you in the quarter. you've been talking a lot about the last couple of years of housing showing true improvement and having bottomed. where are you in that? what are you expecting in the next couple years? >> housing is totally bottomed. you saw today that homes for sales come so far down that they're in short supply. they're all leading indicators. it's cheaper to buy than to rent. all-time affordability. prices are low and mortgage rates are 3.5%. it's not going to be an absence for our economy. i really think at this point, the economy will drive housing. >> what are you expecting
, thoughts here? >> ryan and i thought we should ask nan on her last official day in congress if there's anything you would say today that you haven't been able to say up 'til now? >> well, i do as a northeastern republican, and we were just talking about there is a certain regionalization of the party and its representation and as a northeastern republican what i hear from the folks i serve is that they really do embrace our positions on these fiscal issues in so many ways. we need to have calm, long-term discussions and we need to value people's personal autonomy in terms of the way they conduct their personal lives and i think if we could do that as a party more openly, we would have more representation directly in the northeast. >> all right, congressman nan hayworth, thank you very much for joining us. "cnn newsroom" with victor blackwell begins now. >> good morning brooke and john. >>> happening now, their homes in ruins, their lives in limbo. frustrated victims of superstorm sandy lash out at congress and the latest delay to their long-awaited help. >> all of yous stink. yous ha
and spitting on other people on the flight. a fellow passenger who posted the picture said the nan, quote, drank all of his duty free liquor during the flight. he was arrested after the plane lappeded. he has not been charged. a deer got stuck on an ice-covered lake and a deer got scared when rescue crews approached. it's one of several a i maizing icy rescues this week. >> rescuers are trying to make sure the deer calms down. >> it's very dangerous because you've got to think, you're still dealing with a wild animal here who's very, very strong. >> crews subdued the deer, hauling it back to dry land. two arizona teenagers, desperately held on to a tree after a frozen lake started to crack. a third boy called for help. hours later, rescuers used a boat to get the boys out of the bone-chilling cold. >> we're very sorry for making you come out to do this. >> we promise to never make you do this again. >> a scared dog runs out on the ice then falls right through it. a firefighter on the first day with the department saved the german shepherd mix. >> he was actually kind of coming towards me.
by bren nan himself in forture. the choice of brennan the aclu sees a largeer program. >> much of the legal architecture that the bush administration used to justify so-called war on terror is being continued by the obama administration. >> with the 6,000-page classified investigation, including the c.i.a. program did not provide ballot intelligence,be the chair of the senate intelligence committee made clear she will press for answers. i will be discussing the intelligence committee recently completed report and will ask how he would respond to the reports findings and conclusions if confirmed. the republican senator john mccain said that it's further scrutiny, especially what role he played in the so-called enhanced interrogation program. brennan's public statement appear inconsistent. in a seven interview he said the program saved lives. year later he denounced the c.i.a. interrogation. this week the white house emphasized the latter statement from 2008. >> he made clear that he opposed the so-called enhanceed interrogation technique. two, the past four years john brennan se
and he was born in yorba linda, california. >> hi there, shan nan. january 9th, 1913 president nixon was born in the house behind me, 36 years since his presidency ended with the watergate scandal and people gathering to consider what he did in a great historical context. and watergate is not forgotten or here at the library, but people today considering really what he did in terms of his greater political legacy for the world. take a listen. ♪ a soaring tribute to mark what would be the 100th birthday of a man's whose political legacy echoes across two ce richard nixon was a celebrated and vilified leader who coaxed a sleeping china out into the world and it sounded today, overburdened budget, health care reform and social freedoms. >> that's one thing that's very important for a lot of us who worked in that administration to see that at some point you understand the magnitude, the sheer magnitude of what he did. >> reporter: while washington today endures deep divisions. america's 37th president got on with the left as much as his own republicans, earning him an enduring reputat
eastern state penitentiary in philadelphia which was planned by quakers to be a place of pent nans and reflected on the sins, hence, penitentiary. it was a place of abject misery. that said, religion has been able to play something of a successful role in helping to reform prisons. just this past year, the louisiana conference of catholic bishops worked to pass prison reform in louisiana and parole reform, specifically, with bobby jindal that would alleviate crowding, make the prison both a better place to be and also lower recidivism. what role can religion play talking about this problem? >> look. i definitely think everything that opens people's conscienceness about to crimes committed is a great role. education, religion is part of that or can be part of that process. has an enormous role to play. i just want to mention something with regarding eastern state. we look at that today and it's a tourist site. you can visit it. and we look at it and said, god, how horrible? what they don't realize is at least at that time people were asking more serious questions than they are today
who, huge source of contention want democratic party. >> it is really more of a symbolic issue nan a sprag mattek issue, you have the right carveouts. more symbolism. what happened in washingtonself be gets their symbols, their symbols, we can't vote for revenue, no matter what we are not raising taxes that is a symbol, not substantive. we have our symbols on our side. look, i don't have to apologize to anyone for the safety net. i repaired the pennsylvania safety net in a way that hasn't been done in a long time and if the resources are there, we should do it again. but if the resources aren't there, we have got to make challenges, because if you leave -- if you leave medicare as it is, it's gone. it's not gonna be there. >> but medicare the program itself is not what's broken, health care costs exploding and medicare is a reflection of the health care costs. we start giving up on the program? i think that's where -- >> to bring this to the broader, i think what's interesting here is there is disagreement even within the democratic base on the way forward on entitlements and illus
with connecticut governorgovernancey wymangovernor governor ygovernor i didn't nan. in 21 days we've had 427 gun deaths since the the connecticut massacre. it's a slow massacre and we're all living in it. >> congress has proposed ten pieces of legislation in order to deal with gun violence. democrats proposed eight new gun safety bills and republicans proposed two bills eliminating begun-free zones. to give a sense of what democrats are trying to get accomplished when it comes to gun control they want to ban high capacity ammunition and close loopholes and they want anyone who gets a gun to have a background check. the guns have to be registered. we need to comprehensive database to keep track of those who do buy a gun so only the most responsible individuals get their hands on guns. it's interesting because the nra is against all that. on december 21, wayne la pierre blamed all of these mass shootings on the mass media. let's take a look at what he had to say. >> then they all had the nerve to call it entertainment. is that what it really is? isn't fanaticizing about killing people really the f
children on stage for no other reason nan to gin up fear to say we're going to come and take the second amendmented. >> i think you said he was going to take your assault weapons an your magazine. the federal government does have the authority over states and i think that the sovereignty of the states is something that many of us faugt and continue to fight. we can agree to disagree. thank you for vag me on, representative joe carr. thank you for your time, we'll be right back. i gave birth to my daughter on may 18th, five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ woman ] learn from my story. looks like you're in a pickle. yeah. can you get me out of it ? just so happens i know a chap... book any flight and hotel together and get access to our free personal concierge service. any need, any question, we're on call 24/7. i'm also a survivor of ovarian a writand uterine cancers. i even wrote a play about that. my s
that is good for me. >> reporter: nan will be flying to tokyo five days a week. it's the first direct flight from san jose to asia in six years. it's also the first airport in the bay area to have this dream liner that has been touted as technologically advanced and fuel efficient. coming up later in the morning the media is supposed to be giving a tour of the aircraft. there will be several transportation officials as well as people from ana. we plan on asking them about the latest development. reporting live from san jose janine de la vega. >>> vice president joe biden meets today at the white house with representatives of the video game industry about ways to reduce gun violence. the vice president says he will present recommendations from his meetings this week to the president on tuesday. yesterday the vice president met with representatives from the entertainment industry and gun owners groups. the president of the national rifle association says he left that meeting disappointed. >> they knew going into this meeting what the president's position on the so-called assault weapon ban is.
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